Friday, January 27, 2012

1920's Speakeasy at 75 Chestnut

Guests enjoying rebelling against Prohibition joined us for our Speakeasy on Wednesday evening at 75 Chestnut. When guests made reservations, we provided them with a secret code to enter; our bouncer made sure to request it.

We gambled with some gangsters while enjoying some 1920's period cocktails made to look like juice and mask the terrible taste of bathtub gins.

French 75, Sidecar, Between the Sheets, and Planter's Punch - flappers discreetly sipped on the most popular mixed drinks of the era.

At the end of the evening, we raffled off a 48" pearl necklace. Looks like someone took away the prize...

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